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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- ij7D1N1 i EST dJ J I t IEIIESYOL XXXI No 13 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON QTY KENTUCKY APRIL 81915 J t l inr t I Wm ANOINTED KING I JNMWt JSfrli April lLiX MM After Gods Own HeriAn th rFh f Samuel Character t ww t irt He Bethlehem Anoint tali thsSwcceor of Present Inititu it tltni David a Type of the Church DlviiM Method of Selection of Elect 4 Mm loolttth oh ifc outward apPearance but Cod JctertA tie hcartl IS7 ltS ING SAULS rejection by the K Lord meant uot only his ulti mate removal from the throne itirIuccee1 him In It and that the Lord wo1 select another man for the ofhJet The Divine choice was David to 1dQiathe Prophet Samuel had Indi rectly referred spying The Lord hath r sought Him a man after His own heUtl Samuel 1314 At the time of todays Study David was about twenty years oIdHlsjtgrnpdwother the gentleI ably the very kid with which David 4wu familiar His greatgrandfather WM Boar a page of whose history Is 1 recorded In the Book of RuthedLike Boaz Davids trefather Jesse was yj doubtless one o u the Elders of Beth ek em respected IiJas a 4 noble man Of his Mottier we know little except that David twice menDarid God CMn tloned her It handmaid of God The Prophet Samuel mourned for j a King SaUl apparently disappointed that Jie should be rejected Quite prvbI ably forebodings of a dvil war per turbed the Prophets mind He knew that gaui would not quietly lay down the scepter which he had taken up so modeetly in obedience to the Divine arrangement Samuel should have badc greater trust In Gods Wisdom and Pwer but his trouble was more orI JB Ute that which assails the Lords people even todaycWhen sent to nnolnf Davlft the Prophet did not hesitate to perform rthe Lords bidding but he Intimated e n fthecshould anoint a successor to the king dom The Lord assured him that the matter would not be made known at ionce and dlrectcwblm to go to Beth lehcm and make a sacrifice there Ill trIand anointing the one who In line time wquld become kingthGods Choice of King Our Study begins at the point when I tBc Prophqt nrrlvca at Bethlcheni- Thfaklng that his presence signified inIfft toeirriSiTrydtIzenstbeElderslnciutiv eil luther he came peaceably or not f whether his presence meant a blessing oTthe Infliction ota penalty Their Clears wore allayed when they heard that his mission was tooffdr a acrlflcp to the Lord 4 Some time before this the Ark of the Covenant had been captured by the Philistines The Tabernacle services J t thus discontinued had not yet bcetf re cstaSTfthed consequently this sacri ficing vps performed by the Lords especially appointed servant The command for the people of Bethlehem tP sanctify themselves It they would feafleestgnIed that they should bathe Ippt on clean clothes and Tlraw nigh toithe Lord with nil their hearts Thus typically they represented that Justl- flcntlon nnd sanctification which the uChurchThe Prophet seems to have tnk- enfsupervlslon of Jesses family to the Jn tent that ho might without public dls- jtfay find and anoint the man whom 4the toni had chosen Jesse introduced his sons to the Prophet In the order oft fI telr blrth hls eldest first Eliab was of fine appearance and the Prophet assumed that he was the Lords choice But the Lord was looking on the heart and had already selected David nl though being under age his father had not thought It worth while to call him to the feast As one after another of I Jesses sons appeared the Prophet found not him wbom the Lords Spirit indicated as the one to be anointed 1 Then he inquired Are all thy chil dren bereT Jesse suddenly remem bered that his youngest boy was In the field and sent for him Tho Antitxpical Lords Anointed r Our Golden Text appeals to all I CVkttomy in connection with the TjDb Calling of the Gospel Age As tbe Lord messengers we too are l seeking for these to be anointed with tW oil of gladness the Holy tat they may be kings and SpiritoI ji sihe Messianic Kingdom Like the Prophet Samuel we might feel afraid 1toanoint the successors of present In stlturtons did we f I not realize that the scaling of Lords Elect n theI In progress Is secret work which inone can under thosetJJ who have ft t I 1 The name Dnvla signifies Beloved and nslt applied vt4a AnolnkcJ Kingespecially to o u Lord of whom Jehbvah said TIls If Sly beloved Son d so also it applies to all the members of His Body each of whom must be be loved else be Cannot be acceptable as a mberOf euch the Head says The Father Himself loveth sour anti again Love one nndtber as have loved 1011011 who receive this ani lBting of the Lord must ultlmivtcTy beoi tthIs htlnvcd rharncter fi A roRSALE5m al e tI oos I rfrawdadna of OldI Defender weighing 150 lbs Ready for ser Vkje Also two sows J E Wtetey J CUIIORIrADTAt ds4 rSVeMo PRsese1a r1 r ir Tw VjI v I r cr TIlE NLEj nt fa 1 it 4 7t 11 j sAin tH 4if i tw thI CI Queer Things iCapt LonBen the vers tile Shaker Bend correspondent of the Wilmore Times sent thn1 papltr an item last week tha should be a warning to widow not to tatre a second husband into the domicile bought and furnished by the first husband 3en tells of a substantial home beautiful valleyon tho od ford tide of Kentucky river thaI deserted now because a dfadc man knew in one mysterious way that another mar had marJ jried his wife and vas en joying5n ease the home he had labored and sicrificfedfor Soire years ago a rifty young farmer bought the old hm lad of a note d family He brively struggled pub of the debt ih the place got It welli stocked the house nicely furnsh and had comfortable hume ady when his young sweet heart became IIH ifeoBut his h ppincss was shortiivert as t e hard work and seifsacriticet Ifad undermined his constitution afeavlOginbr ied again and li dwith her second husband at ihehom si ead but the ehost of the man who bad labored o secure the homehauiited them so persis tenfy that the couple deserved the place and the noted property on the band of the river is now tenantless and forsaken except perhaps by the unquiet presence of the ghost who keeps jealous guard over the premises The story is only one of many that apt Long the historian of Shaker Bud cud tell the public about that mteiesUn neigh borhood Itis a vojder thai he- has never given tu th world tne ue version of the Wit o ihe Wispthat flickers high up ore rocky face of the cliff jc- crsstbea Kentucky river from bis home It his be nseen tervals for years Captain sDiunglsJiousastands in a ferlile valley in the curve of the river where he can look on the stream that winds its waylibe a silver ribbon belween ihe mighty stonewalls that ages have qived Dir pLly across from his re i d nce on the Jtss mine county side cf the river is one of the bighes points in the cliffs More than fifty feet below the top of in s cliff ard about 30Q ltt from the bottom is carved in big letters 1U B The let ters were plainly discernibe on the inaccessible side of tim cliff p tu a few jpars ago when1 the accumulations of the elementsf nature on a small ledge nCltttae eUers made them indistinguish able Itws rlw ys suppo that Daniel Bcoe in stme tn T Known manner nad managed swing himself over the c iff l carve hs initials on the cliff sid perhaps as a guide In bis ex plorat ions For years at inter t t keretabout tbesot where the letter used to be seeu ani nQ pni knows why or tow the Jlami I cjmes or goes It appears to b about as big as a lighteci mate out vhcMier it has any connec ton with ihe hidden letters o whether it is a dicker of light a crevice of the cLff no one cat say Many think there is break in the rock at the end o a cave whose opening is on thi oher side of the cliff and tha cliff dwellers or some othei persons live in the cafe and ih light comes trough a crevic fcim their bonfires or per nap robbers have the cave as a biding place for their booty Wi surigc t that Cctpt LOng mak sbufje nvestigation of the spo and if he soh es the mysterj turn his versatile pen Icose anc lie can undoubtedly give tin world a wierd story that is lu deed sranserthan fictionBa irodsburg tierald Raise Your Own IShelby Record If there iiji one thing inoe Ihan anothei that we all as a whole should d this year is to raise everythin that we can raise to eat not onl in the field but in the garden There is absolutely no excuse t egtClan produce more than you cii consume yourself sell to nor producers If you cannot s1Il at once take ctre of what voi produce and sell later Then is not a vegetable raised thaI pin not be taken care of Th very idea off a farmer or any bndy else for thai matter iii this s ction coming to town tc buy peas bean potatoes soIbeans turnips cabbage sorg bun mositmyother r veselirtbte ih Jiscouragine to say the least o it Save your waste front yom abe b feefl your thickens pig irjItat you may not nave to tnl c earned money some other wai to have ihese things Do youir best uof g this lin fruu nov untp October and be lmipCVI faiJt Farm For Sale 22 acres of land a raiies from Frederickstowu on tthe Bards own and Spr ngffeld tiirnpilie Has on it a good 4 room cotta e nd all necessacy outbjidings Never fai ing well right at door H ARRISON NALLV I AT OCLOCK mare 6yearsold in foal by horse per fectly gentle and worKs anywhere and a firstclass saddle mare 1 mare 4yearold in foal by 1 mare 4yearold 3 work mules all good ones coming 4ryears old 10 mule colts 3 mares and 7 horses + 2 agedwork horse gentle 3 cows with young calves by side from to 5years old all goodmilkers Jersey stripper a good 1 red Shorthorn cow 5years old will be freship time 2 nice heifers 1 black and I red 1 Hereford bull 2ye rsold 1 good grade yearling steer td eaiiigdie sr False swearing in connection with her JfreJed marrJtoL- eslied Sc1nke August22Ti9M lJUVlSSin a ncl c ntturueci atifst- her by egrafdjur st eI ytueIin eqUilY in the Circuit Court jn w liioh she swore that shju was r marriedto Jachu maker and thata her name the time of the filinga of the petition was Mary Schui f mak3r In the petition woman asked a divorce from bed and board and alimony for bert maintenance Its alleged that Iat the time tbe petition was veri 6 tied the defendant knew she had e never been married to Schuuiak sJer C 17he petition was diomissed iv t cently by Judge Quarles because e the woman filed to comply with ordir of court by stating theytjan and town in Kentucky where the alleged marriage cere l e mony WdS performed as wellvas bj whom itwas performed fi111I Jowing this acion ycbumaker appeared before the grand jury and testified that he had not married this woman Courier Journal IInto Bankruptcy IGoes A voluntary petition in bankI e ruptcy was filed yesterday inI the office of the United States IfCourt Clerk by R H Edelen operator of the Mattingly re distillery at Bad lOWJ1 II elII His liabilities were listed at 5 1205000 and his assets at lMr t 000 The schedule shows that J his liabilities consist of iiotsl- 91 01 500 borrowed jn 10000 bar- relj of whiskev 31000 in notes o held by Bardstovn and Danville bnks 60000 indebtedness on a j fam in Washington County and t seyerat smaller items r The assets are shown HS two r farms in Washington and Nelson a Counties valuejat 00000 stocks in various concerns val u d 25000 personal property or 400 dis tilery equipment v of a value ufiiciunt to the total assets given 7 Louisville Herald Gents If you wint a nice Tailored suit for spring and summer coma an get my price I have ov r 400 woolens to select row we also have a lotof Tr user w oleos SpringHeld ity Taior PropIMain Snet SpiijpfioldKy PUBLIC SALE will on the Nannie Carrieo ram near Gasbvrg on the od Elizabethtown road on T Saturday April 10 1916i10 AM SHARP I fti- Fiell at public auction to the highest and bet bidder atmmy stock funning implements and house uld and kitchen furuiture Lightstcp their 3 one short stringer at the IMo at and bring 3 good grade yearling heifers 20 head good sheep and 19 Iambsand 3 ewes to find lambs 1 Deering binder good 1 mowing machine 1 hay rake 2 2horse wagon 2 buggies and harness 1 good disc harrow 1 riding cultivator 3 breaking plows 2 double shovel plows 2 single shoyel plows rounder as good as newrAll kind wagon and pKw gear and all goodand nearly new 5 dozen nice buff orpington hens 20 geese TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash Over that amount on a credit of 12 months with note bearing interest from date of sale and negotiable and payable in any banxin Springfield Dont forget tthe date Saturday April 10at 10 oclock am 9 EMANUBL MEDLEYS Auctioneer Everything sells without reserve bybid or limit J Can You Spell i daysnXbschools Belda spelling contest Every person of the city was tcligibleifiel test Of that nuuber only tfftytwo made a perfect score l Tffwsoaper mrn doctprs awI yers merchants tacheis andii scholars suoinittedlist of twenty w litordstwenty words were selected The complete list with the numb er of times eacn word ws misspelled lolows Miscelleane ous 354 calendar 324 parallel 37 privilege 27QjAsuperi intend pnta ccli2 23 loseOFerate 13i relieve 125rt t100 truly 85 govern ment 84 grammar 70 bel eve 7 3 One man who made a perfect score had been a serv1I ant for s xtytbroe years and had had onl f eight weeks school ing A county omcul who had been in business all his life missed every word Anotbemd only got one riszht One woman Biased all but three Here are inbiefOtn of two sentences Hand thislo a friend ask him to dic t patedown the words and see how 7tmany you misspell The priv ilegei of seperatiug ninety mi cyllaneous calendirs arranged in two par1JJellnes against the prirtcipales of the the bupeiin ctoppoint the tiovernment nor cause it to lose business remov d hd principal calendars and thus rclieyed her uncle ol train which mitht have broughi on u dis ae lJhi she bslieveo jb t hid eco t ii Wj ic tssary or her lo re lcLer ijiii uptiou Ilin gruuiiar Spring Gleaning Fairy Spring so bjithe andgay4TIs daneingr through the ailf hWhileThe music sweet and rare Bright flowers blossom at her fdet And sunshine gilds her hair And all the earth prepares to greet Her gladsome face so fair Old Winter spied her sunny locksSAnd shook his hoary head Frost elves snow sprites together Hocked And with their master fled And fairy Spring and fairies fair We welcome in theirstead For winters chill we do not care When Spring her joy will shed The birds are mating in the grovedAnd weaving homes of love The btooks ae whispring as they rove To buds that wave above New life new hope new love now reign In all that live and be Through hill and vale their echoes ring And fill the heart with glee The busy housewife must adorn Her home with loving care So that in sunshine und in storm Sweet peace will still reign there A little paint with deftness spread Will many a heartache sparesFor paint yon know can make a home here once a hut stood there Now this painter you must know Your money he will save Your home he will change foryon sO About him you will ravelYour paper too hell gladly hang And here too you will save SpnngIAlbert Noonanis the guf Albert is the man Get him now for the time will fly And hes the one who can Do your work the very best And do it in a span Albert Noonannow dont forget Noonan thePainter Man Notice II H Peyuolds Admr etc PUT vsNotice II F Goode Gdn etc lIfts Pursuant to an order f the Wash ingtnn Circuit Court entered ut its February term 1915 noice is hhreby given to all parties holding claims against the sstate of Della Keynolda decd to present them properly proven to me at my office in Spring field Ky between April 1st and tiny 15 1915 or they will be estopded from doing so thereafter This March 17 1915 C F BGSLEY Master Commissioner W C C For Sale Siagle Cc mb White IJeghorn Eggs 75 cents for ser ting df 15 Also MammotG Hronz iurkey1gsS5O for 12 Mrs Reed Spjldmg Chemical dry cleaning repairing atttrint relining sponging and pressing dope at the Springfield City Tailor PhonsC R F W BAumbauer Propr KentucKyfc Hard 15Luck n iWhileS A Gary of Burks ville makes no boast of it he tn set himself up as the chaD pion Hard tuck citizen of Ken jtucky To bpgin with he bought 1l0tIhve been so much hard luck as might be bad judgment Any iw he bought one it was the Cumberland County News He changed the name to the Burks ville Banner He ran the paper for two years u tlil 1912 when the Oumberland river got on a rampage swept away hinews aper equiptm nt and destroyed s honsehold furniture The Uumberland was never known even by the oldest goods Lox oracle to have risen so high That didnt discourage Cary He bought new printing equipment itvstarted t wkrk again Iil s iameThema took a bite ol concei t ated lye thinking it was can RflrllweAtrsg year tne Cumberland rivr took arotbercrackatCllry and again washed away his printing antjind his household goolabThis made Vary sit up n ce the Gump rland He show ed a disposition to capitulate but 8f many delinquent snbscrib w sent back subscriptions and reuevi s that he thought he dieJilbuyinment He got out one isue of wIsldlrojisnc worth msniioning While he Iud bis back turned and was locking over the wreck of his newspiper plant the Cumber land riv r slipped up on himi agan and washed aw yhis hcme for the third time That was lojgh luck Ca y a twits it him self Mrs Cary agreed wilh im Mrs Cary by the way is one of the bright spots in Carys life he other two are Thelma whi ias been meutioned ai da little son who w b3 mentoned later Mrs Cary suggested that si e iud the chid en would izo to her f toers heme1t Water view Waerview think of itaud give A a chance to get another start Employers were looking for men like Cary sObe wefifc to work as a traveling salesman in Kentucky Tennessee and Ala bjtma He accumated a little bank account ame hack home and started Garys Weekly OLe ay early ihs month while Garys horse and buggy wa i hitched to the fence his ihree yearold son climbed into tilt bujgvif The boise took fngnt and started to run In trying to step the horse Cary leg was broken Cary is laid up at home and of course nothirg can nap pen to hm now Tbatis nothing that anyone can think of He Nvill get out hiS paper as soon as be can hubble on dutches Dope Law Having Effect The City hospital in Ciouisville now as on hand a number ofI raving maniac who wereat large until the new law against the s ile of cocaine and other druks ciine into effect Drug stoiS are being robbed by dope peddlers and any place which I asI a supply of the b nned drugs en hand is subject to violent or BUr ro niiijus attack by robbers if ilia law is rightly enforced goodiTne reIcoverr allimeall r been driven mad by the want of drugs and bj pddlere whoa profits have been stopped by tbti law will disturb tile peace rio littleThere aie more than 1000000 dope ug rs in America it is saidI Tne problem is It very stirlout one Each user of a drug aud esptcially those who use cocaln is lvkely at lime to commit crimes of moral turpitude orcrimesot violence For SaJteI have a gco1 wet and driviugnorsH ana raate foi sate also a one horse surrey T D lupp rf Killing iin Anderson j Lqwrenceburg KyM April 8 Aftgr standing off a posse for 4 titbepfiChiltong night surrended to tim iaaUidK iit s J Thede dare i Dollis Hawkins farmel andt brolbplintaw dt hilton Elmer Sanfortb farmer After the shooting 0 iltov made his way to his cabm hone and barricaded himself7 Th i Chilton home is located on Gil berts Creek fevreu miJos south of this cityrChilton used a doubHbarrellr dI shotgun The shooting occurred a t 11 80 oclock today near the thilton home According to Chilton4 tbeIo shooting was the remit of a fam ily quarrelSof several weeks standing He declares ho 1hot iin s ilf defense Hawkins was 45 years old HQ leaves u wifeaurl two children Sanforth wa 40 years old and also leaves a family Cnilton says oneof thereasons f iorhist w dasr aa d on which a ditIIietywas k detins accord g lo Cliit6nt laid claimiu a certain spring on the p cpriy Th cUimabf the1i two min wp e dispuf tl arid Chit loo sijs Uo ilJtreAl nedhii life i iingnrxi partie arc well kro n and there iis much iutere t in the outpoint lofi TenYearOldCbild Meets lorriMePetIrr The home of Mr and Mrs Bert Spadintf who resided the Roiling Fork a shorfc dis Ilance above Bradfprdsville wi sitldeid Frdamrnlngbyt Jeath of their little twbyeai pla daughter Georgia Lee7 who was he victim of a horrible accldont Thursday morning about 30 ochck Time mothfr was n gagd in performtngsome hou e nold duty at their home abd rhadfhim the stove to th ffoOr Un fftrotbeabsenceit iin supposed iha ctiild while pla ing arourid the kettlb toppled into the bot water Upon the moiliers return fo I room she fouud her iitte prje lying in the kettle It had thc illi feirfully burned about the llcjf side and on the Land At fist it was tot thought by members uf the family thhtthe childh1fTad t been dan roosly injured ThiH opioion however proved ast as later a physiciaa tvas sum m neJJ and an examluaUop iet vealed that the little ones wouithwould result fdtalrys IQJhands Ave ig the cui ds life al efforts were unavailing and J died Frldaj rajrning twentyfour hours fter the accident occurred Lebanon Enterprise The Home CanninOitfi tri7T The garden and truck farmers of this county pay tilt very tittle attention to Ihiiiara that utah the business pay As a rule hen one hits plenty of vegtta bh s to market every one ha4 plenty and tte entire crop Is puf on a weak market with Jhe1 usua result a deal of grumbling and very poor prices In many states the growers of vegetables own their own can fling outtits and can all of their rjrptus vegfctibjes and these iinVller canners Ujways have a higher quality of goods and gut btticT1phiOcs besides bavingIs winters supply of canfle for home consumption With a good rich mellow garden many cans of vegeUbUs may be pal up durngT heseasonOWtDV- ountyDamoc at For isftle Two Jacks one 141 sandS high mouse colored gopa oone and i by Henry JJdelen Jack BjCirs old Blitclt Jaci ptIlY John Marsha G W Pwiirn J R J f Ie1 UMI a fAHavbyotiIos1ori chlldreift J1WedonfiMMfttt the child ertthitf the Fatherof all majjitve 1ttaken pdfhaeeferesspthow ivhmay have sTjut ntx4 tfrpmi your heart JV1 4 jieshuVbut kiddies drethe reaUyi trully jjoat oiiQV Those who lie umieflBcP 8d1JrEUQ lo w qthiitosaidttj come unto me and apve iis their eternal portionwJ Of co rseJ ou Jov jbuP c aiudrerieyeryfatherldb they ahpw you y rpm r t ajition that they iealfoTppr Ipve for them llf nob than you are in danger ojloslilg th mi 4 J fj stop1rj IffcCMfrJT foe hlldrenru8 outJniatt rifttireacbjying witli tlio other to meet hm nr tvi Do your bti audir1i Collie jlyiijg to merit you in like fastiUmi Jvith hippy cries 6ffle ecomeiMay t And when youve entered the place you call home ansi seateJ iI ourself Iriyour favorite chairiIthe kiddies hird a frIendly scrap for the seat of Honotf1 gt fikn itD e4 Bob or Mary neayq igaint tyoarshoalderfloVeahw ingi ihronth tue windots of their souls and confide in you their Jays doings1 braskVorfr advice aboutthjscrthaW T Ifihe do nettUer ol tbesja things to is because ypalihavje jjhui them out of your heart Thegreatest 5f l yaifeistbbeshut fathers cqntr4e1ce aotffaihers n graveitbt v realy feel Oar boys andgirls netdlour tkeephemvarm food to keep them xrb iugfl and love for the exjbaitfo- nmpJ ke1t h t Jsa 5 a It hinijust to give thern4i t three the lasrre ujrfjBentU as essential and unless aod until r voa d6giveloyeandcpnideqce u tilyoutfndoutwhatyourbp t i ihinkiugheyarelnf4jrwayio rIretrievablyjo toypu- Duni benerelyproduclng ma chine that aupplie pbyaicnl wants Bea real1iitberndt supply the spiritnalr neada BS V well Buying Out Of Tw e If yod bur mi ofvtowu atid Iwe buy uoflbwhtbecomxs of our town 7 The above is an alvertJsing club slogan Thinkit 6Ver4 tPeople who habitually buy odaaway from tofrn willingly admit ttjatif everyone followed ihei r example it wovld jKuffer A great many of oar relal stores woudJiai io o ol business and tile tat cotad not teep sacb food iliocks Eo plpyeea would be dfscpBrajtd and merchants goone of busintM The value bf real state would 111 there would be few r tax payers and woaldbe a stunniig- blow to the whole coma aaity People rwh6 haoItaally buj goods away froin tdwhaimitatl UpIout on a ho piu 1 trip or write to milll erdtr boasts and no one will know it The a must hapredoiMtl jt4il sktls faction in purchases that must ue concealed ia order ta be Joe tined Owensboao Enqui er qeN rrtq We have just receiveda IDe of woolens for ladiei tailored Skirts Prices araagiaf 1M 575 to 875 we Make ib se skirts Cplte tbei pnice IQ our ow ab L1sDoetd iCY hand All wobsaiii1 be fore made tip Gr a call SiMCiy TJI4 F WH Plott Main Street r lt K Spaldiif C+ift1tJ StJtWrj flcldrr 1 bM Jir wttc8g j1LMtti-ug of lU 4 tiMf4 1pr 6 San Tiae1iM1 t OM rood wotk Ji jerey cows ere I 0 t1l NLwtAD fRt S RIHGFIELD KY y gcywissfKm JOSEW POLIN EiitorBKDd Publishersh Entered t the Springfield KyC lbst office aa HCeMdIM ail matter r fir JtaflfHif Cwwrisstoittr i HON WM F KIAIR of Lexington Fayette county an noune 18 cMd1dSte for reelection as Railroad Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic voters in U August primarythWe are authorized to JOHN E NEWMAN r of BadthWn Nelion count os a caneidate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second District Primary Saturday August 7th 1910 y Fir Circuit Judge We arc authorized td announce t 11 Thunninaa a candidate for reelection to the offie of Circuit Judge of UG4 Eleventh Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic primaro i 7 1915 tMlgu3t ticr CHMWnveaKhs Attorney We are authorized to announce W H b Sprageris of Lebanon a candidate for the office of Commonwealths Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August prImaryviWe are authorized to aneonnce John L A Polin as a candidate for Common wealth Attorney for the Eleventh Judiciall District subject to the actior oftheDemocratic party at the August primary 4q7 IAt Weareqthoriz to announce Joldaf L Grundy of Lebanon Ky fOil Senator from tnis the Fifteenth Senj tuna district composed of the coun ties of Taylor Marion and WashingI ton subject to the action of the Dem 1ocratlc prImarybo Ftr RepresentatlveS We are authorized to annuonce Chas resetGt tiIKentucky Legislature rom Washing ton county subject to the action of thj Democratic party in the August pn Tnary f We are authorized to announce T HL floyalty sn Candidate for Represe tive in the Lower House of the Ken AlS4 1county subject toth aetion of the Democratic party in the August primary r i iValleyZ Hill 1 WithhotherTOek at baud wr 4a are wonderirg where we are go ing to find a few items for your good old paper ofrBardstowo were in oar commur juStattle and they purchased soin1In seep1at very satisfactory pric s ISthem having bought any cattle Mr Hunter Goatley and wife visited at the hope of Mr Era est Goatley near town Sunday Mr and Mrs S B Weekly were the Easter guests df rela lives at Bardstownpa l Quite a number ol Valley Hill ites were in Springfield Saturday doing their Easter sb pping Mr and Mrs W F Beam were guests at the home of Mrs p Eo J Brown at Mooresyiile Sun day h Mr Vallas Pinkston and fam ilY of Mt Zion were guests ofa Mrs James Moran Sunday TSas Spring fiald was here the brat of this week putting up a telephone line and putting in the boxes Ifor if Messrs Hugh Goatley Harry j Grigsby and W P Ballard They have built an uptda e tline ad we hope they will get connectiud imrafdiatey Miss Miranda Tucker is thet 1 pSr writing MrsLidaMitcheuvisited fIthe home otMrrJ B VVillijiEB Monday M Ed McElray of Kansas r Grobdyweredy yesterdaytWe presume that beg ing guineas is getting to b 3 a ladS as Sta coupe of our young tsLd31i frend were outs Thursday beg ging them but their means of transpcrtationseemed to be very poor as they iwere ma cart but uiverthelesa they were sucbess olfWhat seemed so p culiar about it they were begging them ofr M odbcheIor and we dd nut ttheirm5pectthjtseeoiheryoung ladit s cMIt LOW at most any time hunt Ojn guIneas nlno doubt it will ioosvmattefto tied them as the cbelortc1whom we have t r fere hM quite a nntbrof a ifT JaK i be been wood rf yfy4e waj rtwingfiq nit J1tv dY ppirent He r5 rhe w111 double Eiseffoits Boreguineasfjk tee n0v he Ha make much profit from them = =tbut giving tpqnyto the yofcng ies at ppespnt night signify a good prufhtu th future nclIsincerely hope he will be sucj cessful Maybe it would be a oidi ea rot some more of our young ladies to makethioi a visit Here hpping both the youner jladles and old baubcioru success jin iutheirMr Thos A Grupdy rficently lliberated a trio of English Ring N ck Pheasants on his farm at this place and wo hope they will tb thrVewhich are fast disappearing Wee bcpe that no one will molest thent no one will dos unless by mis talde Weir jjlad to know that I se waraltuiS county and if rJroperly pio1 cbcdil will not be long before Sw fo1wiILWo were RuriiT lO hear nf the serious accident which befell Mr orgo Powell last week andwwish him a spedy recoyery Mis Mary Kate Humphrey of idt tot3ye Williamsjthis week IMrs Louise Settle is the guest of Mrs J W Tucker lit this writing tiMrsited Mr and Mrs Thos Virij gin af Maud Suday E S Goatley recently pur chased a line mare frm Mrs EfoSL1 Mclntire We were unable to Jearn the priceCVivianTatura had the rnisfcr tune of losiug his hat last Sun homoItfrom churdh and says hI wan s coIepaway Item hiTb anyway He arded the train the next morn ing and went to Booker andI made a thorough search for hi hot but iit seems that his attempt were all in vain Maybe he will stay awake the next time Commissioners Sale Hi lieFva yexBy virtue ora Judgment and order CircuitCourt1915 in the above styledcliucP I trourtHouseon wMONDAY bpingcountyat publi auction an todproperty towit rAinWashingtonNorth of Springfieldcontaining 47 acres and 24 square poles This property will be sold to satisfy dgments as follows favor of J S Clements prior Hen and int to Apr 6 1915 125697 In favor of H K Curtsinger lien of equal dignity int to Apr 26 1915 64140 In secondlien41294Cost 0o JForor purchasers with approved security bearinKlegalid and having the force and effe itbof preparedterms C F BOSLEY M C W C C Jess Willatd a white man knocked out Jack ohnsru the colored pugilist of the world at H Itavanabght lasted twentysix rounds nd was hardPughtl RACE CAUSE OFPhLUu H Italian Scientists Assert That Dread Disease Is Due to Drinking Water From Clay Soil Professors Alessaridririi and Scala f Borne have just published an clnb rate illustrated report of their ii estigationsr into pellagra They fformulate two fundamental conclu lions 1 That pellagra is not dc endent on a maize diet and 2 fliat it is a disease strictly localized ind limited to areas where water runk which has been almost excluisI lively in contact with a clay Tire clay contains silicic soilIna colloidal state nonkeys rabbits guinea pigs at liuPpies proved that the typical pellagra 1tsymptoms could be induced hii them by the injection of colloidal j lilicic acid and thit eating trial zo node no difference one way or tho jther The professors discovered that theI jffccts of the elude acid could beI jounteracted by subcutaneous injec ttionsof neutral citrate of sodium md they cite ten cases of patients much benefited if not cured by daily i injections of a ten per cent solution Jf rrisriic citfati Mayor Wai Taking No cnancea Carl Louis Gregory who is the fin rtyLflnueawhippingthe YejITliaJhousPrMutl release Jfr Gregory is the first rap tion picture photographer ta receive a permit tram the government to take ttne vlewp A Denver juewspapfr rej cently printed an article about Carl getting them yCr to perform n movies marriage Gregory asked asked him to kIss the bride but the wifeVent I r rI QTlj ORATORS AND WRITERS English Newspaper Comments on Dual Qualities of Thou Who Have Been Called treat i1L An enticing subject for discussion is the writer as orator It Is of course undeniable that the mental processed belonging to to two orders of expression are wholly different t says a correspondent ot the Mac Chester Guardian I should challenge very strongly the contention that the good writer Is seldom a good speaker Putting aside Burke Gladstone Bright and others who cannot properly be put Into classes I submitthat e number of modern writers who have been tIne speakers 1s very large Canning and Disraeli could write and t speak equally well Macaulay al ough as you remark he memorized his speeches was among the great parliamentary orators of the reform t4er a The memorizing by the ways not his fault Ho could not help knowing word for word sverythinR nhat he prepared and he accomplished the extraordinary feat of writing out publication in his last years when ho was too ill for original work the orations which ho had spoken ten or twenty years earlierSColeridge his admirers thought DlckenlSIRuskin as to Carlyle but those who ard him never forgot the experi ence Matthew Arnold was a poor speaker Thackeray on the platform was pitiful But let me suggest a few other examples Lord Rosebery is an orator and an accomplished au or Mr Balfour when he likes can rite like an angel and there are fe bu c jtand with abbut equal facility and ree In their entirely different ways Lord Haldaho and Mr Birrelt enjoy e dual faculty They consider Mr hesterton and Bernard Shaw iu cer tain respects the greatest master of public speech as of written English alive today And not to extend the list there Is W B Yeats in whom tare combined poetic genius a fine mmathl of prose and a gift of speech which at its best is perfectne Uncle Samn Name Like many other popular customs Stir wiUncleci dent The occurrence is just 100 years old and isassoclated with Troy N Y where after tho war of 1812 Elbert Anderson an army contractor purchased a quantity of provisions One of the official provision inspectors was Samuel Wilson who because of bts popularity was generally referred as Uncle Sam Wilson Tho boxes of provisions were stamped E A U S tie first two be ing the initials of Elbert Anderson and the last two the usual atfbrevia lion for United States When one of qjien engaged in the work of trans fermig the boxes was asked one day hat the letters stood for he replied jJokingly that they stopd for Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam meaning Wilson The remark caught on and after being communicated from point to oint in army cjrclea spread over the c OUfltYaRoom for TwowWhen a talk about the German In vasion of England was going on a militiaman stationed in Carrlokfergus was heard to remark that immediately the enemy landed in England ne wodld certainly bolt taking a good stock ol provisions and hide in a convenient cave he knew ofaThe colonel hearing of his unpatri tic resolve called him out next days n parade and lectured him severely J his cowardice Youre a disgrace to the regiment and the Serviceatlarge lie cried Fancy you threatening to run away ut Id bo after you In quick time my man never feartSure an youd be welcome your honor but bring yer own praties an things wont yer colonel London TitBits STin Rapidly Disappearing With regard to the futdre use of tin may be said that we are dealing with the one metal whose known reserves are entirely Ina4cquate oraI ven the presentxlemands and that lessl some new source of supply is de eloped very soon wo may expect tow find that tin is a very scarce metal ndeedvOf the present sources of tin oreI supply says the Engineering Maga tine most are either stationary or re ceding Jn output Bolivia being the one which gives promise of onlyI ncncy and of future growth Under these conditions the question of PI b atituto metals becomes of importanS and aluminum zinc and steel all have some possibility in this direction inp one waY or ano herIFATHER WAS ONE EXCEPTION Characteristic Story of MakeUp IEnglish Easyon Militants Everything Mrs Blanc ofI Mrs Pethlck Lawrence the uott English suffragette said the other dn jI o a New York reporteroYour Idea of militants is OldI we are hens tartars manhaters Put as a matter of fact we have ii our ranks some of the most elegant fascinating women in London IamI OI No tho mill ant is not like Mrs Blanc who said to her daughter Ida onoI I am certainly easy on Lrck at this pair of elastic sides Ivo wom hem three years and theyre istitt as good as new Im easy on clothes too Theres my tweedjust- as fresh as the day I bought it seven years ago And hats gloves stock ngsin fact Im easy on every thing Except father eh said the daughter without looking up from her bookSt Louis GlobeDemo crat Similar Motio- nInkblotzHemmandhaw has been in golfSmudgejyNo links He was on Sol Sorb ers farm trollpasstngHe does but when he saw Hem mandhaw fanning the air with bras Bie he thought he was cutting grraa with n BcytheJ i SrJ p ii a I WANTED u111 I g We beg to announce to ihe merchants and public generally that from this time on we are in the market for the above named items at the best market prices We solicit your patronage 1 I promiSIng the best prIces consistent with good business Look us up when you come to town rUntil we get permanently located our Phone is No 48 Our trucks will be glad to serve you I oJ P O I i Highest Cash Price Paid for Old Rubber SPRINGFIELDr KY A Q oa ilia J DEVOTEDLY BILL- IZOLAFORESTE1rj 8y Where are tho matches Nan stumbled over a taboret and emitted a startled exclamation Forevermore Eleanor where on wtb are you Stand still until I can find where ho switch Is goose There came be click of a button and the long eception hall lay revealed m a Shoot if tight It was after twelve and they both eded rest more than anything after tho trip down from the mountains It was cheerier in the cozy bedroom lulte upstairs The rooms connected th each other and Nan rambled out her brown hair in two long braids and a kimono wrapped about her Tqcked into a corner was a photograph that seemed different from too fqt U was such a splendid manly Voung face that sailhd out at ono from It Nan turned it over and eadon he back in a scrawling boyish writ Devatedly Bill Over at tho little white dresBihg able Eleanor sat brushing her hair Somehow up one would ever have con nected her with college boys who j st gned themselves OevotedlyDll1iI What are you huckllng over sked Eleanor Devotedly Bill Eleanor turned around her fair hair ailing loosely ovEr her shoulders her yes filling with ttars- Oh Nell I didnt mean to stir up anything Oh its nil right You didntstrike ny heavy minor chord She looked down at the photograph tenderly Ho as Just a boy met up at Cornell last winter the very first boy that ever dared to love me Bless his old brave heart inter rupted Nan fervently leaning forward her chin on her hands Doosnt b even write to you We promised we wouldnt not for year Whats that Both girls roso to their foot wit tartled eyes- Somellody fell over the tabsret In tho hall Nan whispered her dark oyes1 wide with dread You turned off the lights Eleanor thought quickly Thohouso had been closed since June A care taker came every day to look alter It end at night the watchman was supposed to guard it She crossed the room and locked both doors leading Into tIre hall then went to tho win you hear that Nan whispered her face pressed against the door listening Somebody whistled and it was answered Nan shrank back hr face covered with her hands but Eleanor fiilpped one arm around her soothing lion even hile her own heart throbbed heavily Como now called a deep oice Open up You know you can get out of there And you cannot get In returned Eleanor clearly If you attempt break In the doors I will fire tl11Yheardin tho door Mr Blair Xo no wait The knob turned shoulder pressed against tho done plnaseIV vlth VM Jut the utthman I taw the lights rind thought burglars were In hero Open the door please Elean6r turned the key Tall and very lovely she looked In herlonnine crepe kimono her face pale andi isbraidso 10idttmoOut in the hallway stood Bill tho oldINell ho cried I had no idea itwas you in hero Ivo had a room across the street tojlights flash on I called Sullivan here and we hustled over to get tho burglars amySullivan thohallway ONanwlJlowchnlr trtheJ hands to his lips and kissed them Its so wonderful to see you ngan girl dear Ive watched these barred shutters all youtoa year pladtoj boyListen tako you away from me again Its Providence this mixup here tonight Ive been patient for months Dont say no Nell Ill be over early fofyjou md well be married before anything can happen He was gone before she could even protest From tho willow chair ama n contented chuckle and a brlpt remark Devotedly Bill Copyright 194 by the McCMuro XMfpa prr Syndicate a EVOLUTION IN ART IDEAS Masters of the Brush No Longer Se lect Religious Subjects1 for Their Best EftorjaI An inquirer asks of an exchange where it is that Eikin says I have never known a man who socmpd al tbgether right and calm in faith who teriously cared about llrV Our change does not say where but sim ply refers the inquiry to its readers Ruskin was possibly the greatest art critic that ever lived and for him to say that is quite enough tto awaken tome concern in the world of artjDocs art weaken faith It was once thought that science did this but that impression is passing by Sci cnro if discovering worlds of mystery iivery day and mystery is the condition of faith There is something leeper and beyond every fact that science discovers anti beyond the crucible and the microscope is where faith does its real work But how nl out art The church wan the influence that encouraged arC We would not have had any old masters if it had not been for llie chureh Religious th ncs con gtituteO the inspiration of art in itt most plorious days But these historic fields have heen quite abandoned and now art deals mostly with chann grace beauty love and iiiS nraylrommirad3 of tKe golden age of art How Buliets Travel That bullets neither whine hiss howl hum nor whisper novelists to the contrary notwithstanding is Infor mattou given by Mr Edward C Cross man In Outing With one possible ex ceptiou when in certain conditions bf open country modern military bullets hisa to hose standing back of the fir lag line npthing Is audible except a sharp crash of air closing around tho bullets base when it travels at high speed At a velocity of 1500 feet o second or more noise is like pothinp so much as a long and tryviolently cracked blnrkenako whip Those who stand far enoughfromthc rifle hear the bullets crack and later the dull thudding noise of the rub I1lt which Jtas been outsppflfled Jack Iot don makes a soldier hit at cn 0 yard rungs first hear tho sqund of the inodtrn rifle and urea feel th blow of the bulIrt Rut the bullet would baY Islllfd him half a second before tIll sound from tho rluo reached him Three Woman Senators There are now three woman nenn tors in the United States stare Miss Kathlyn larks of Glenaal was elected state senator at a special ve ticn in Oregon SHP ran on the Democrat Ic tldiet against two men Oflll won with onetotbT to worn RingdVrAflce Wlllanl Munds rot Arizona Senator Munds preci pd over tbo Arizona senate recently1 during the consideration of a hilt to amend tho lav relative to tho fees and salaries of county officers This U the first timo in wnnratjhas PauperCharles member of the Poole trim wapfrund bar frozen and unconscious when picked up ten miles from Townnda and hurried to the poorhouse wlre blearshiswere frozen Accompanied by his oneeyed dog thgpoorhouseDn the booze wcasisflrat terance upon being rcstoid to ceo sclousncss IIis dog remained faith fal ind was lapping the fnca of the wan when found Towanrtft tfatpatch to Philadelphia Record EVER HEAR TREiS To whom are you writing The illfated steamer The explosion came very dud tlenly The house wns packed from pit to dome A levolhcadcd busUicss man Battlescarred veteran The police are at work on tho case The injured man was rushed to the hospital Ourwellknown tonsorial artist Our chauffeur claims he was driving very slowly The bride leaned on per fathers arm- Good morning judge r juryOrf leader J JS- =r = = 11 J iAlsod i ts 1Z I IEVANS REESWASHINGTON OUNTY PRODUC 7ADt PLACE FOR A CRIMINAL Governor Stone Discovers One Inmate of Penitentiary Who Is Willing- to Admit Guilt Senator Stone while in the execu tive ofltee of Missouri one day laifed the state penitentiary at Jen rson After his fashion Ire went among the prisoners and talked to them freely seeking to find out the causes and conditions of the crimes that sent them there During a wljole day Gov artier Stone found not a single man who felled to declare that he was In nocent of the crime with which he was charged that perjured testimony had sent hIm there or that a prejudiced jJury had returned an unjust verdict and that he was and always had been an honest man Finally about sunset the governor found a single man who on being in terrogated promptly declared stole a horse because J want l to ride to Kansas and I was caught and convicted and have nothing to say about the vfcrdlct Well said Senator Stone 1 see about your discharge IwfftIcannot wifllngly consent to confessed criminal lik you are tir this penitentiary where you may corrupt the morals of so many lion et men An Aid to Dignity tdldnt realize until this dancing craze wept over tho country and pc togenarians began to hop about on ballroom floors that rheumatism and tile gout are blessings in disguiseI What do you mpan IThose two complaints t have pr oIvented a great many old ladies gentlemen from making thamselvea ridiculous by trying to dance tho tango and the latest trots Disrriced havent Stt Hammandhaw t forI he hasnt been out of the l u since his accident luI Was he seriously injured No but ho feels tho disgrace deeply Uisfrace Yp after living In tho heart of the cityall his life he went to the country one day last week and was run over by a milk wagon HE KNEW Tommy Say pa what Is circum rtantlal evidence His Father Its generally tho theory of an expert which is proved et entirely wfong wnen tho truth conies outSHappiness and Hunger Sd your daughter married that hold oIQO young poet who stopped with you last summer eh Farmer lUyrlcfcr vas She married him I And ehea yciug to be very happ rrurso Wall dunao Mandys got a pow rful nnneItterudgo Surnames of RoyaltyITho royal fa mijjcs Europe have not generally n surname becauseimostly unlike tl English houses ofIStuart and Tudor which were the respective suru jus of the first king of each hue b ore lie ascclidcd thetthrone they are descended1 in tho frale line from sonfe territorial counts cxietng long previous to tho Ileriodi in which tho noniowhnt modern cus tom of eulnamos prevailed King George V derives Jq tho male line from the ancient counts of WettinhflourishIng In the tenth bdntury afterwards electors of Saxony jhik of Saxe Coburg Gotlia etc Ills specsltors in the male line were of pie llensaiof Eate one of whom AID df Estc married early in the trh century tboI daughter and holresof Onelph duklI of Bavaria from vhth match sprang In the male Jho dukes of Druns ickLueuenb afterwards electors of yanover tiid kligs of Great Sritaln TIme mcTifccrs of tho British royal family one described by their prince ly tljjes in proceedings In the house af ionkand no allusion Is made to tIny surname fdr instance they sIgn lie test roll merely by thoir porsonalj or Ghrisitajn name and nothing of any surname which apper gained by rigljt or by uiagetohis late majosty King Edward or to Ills ihaj osty King George VI Jllfpl1s1Jnnk JKOomcr sDrink cflCrIk4IS JLcwfc F1 ow I 4TigorousIy good sand keenly I delicious Thirstquenching lI arefreshing t V t The national beverage aan yotirs Dnnaad the gtaciae by EuUIW1e Ndcsraescncourae subeitution THE c cA COLA COMPANY WKeacver cyetiAnew lliiik of Coer Cola lF Madame SansGene In spite of all the nursing and reItalnsthat a certain lawyer of Paris whose delight it has always been to make solemn folks laugh appeared the oth er day as counsel for d woman charged with some riot too trove mis washer1womanand the court was distinctly bored Gentlemen the lawyer exclaimed genJthornenguilty And why not asked the presid ing magistrate somewhat sharply Because came the smooth reply she washes for General Joffre and it is her glorious privilege at this mo ntnt to be weeping Into one of his handkerchiefs The entire bench of magistrates thereupon gave strict attention to the case They not only found the washerwoman guilty as chargedbut added tton days to hers ntenfot stealing General Joffros hatidkcrchicf REALLY OF LITTLE SERVICE Hydroaeroplane Ndf Likely to BI Developed Is the Opinion ofMcp Who Should Know There seems some reason for believ ing that thebhydroaer plane thaf is tthe aeroplane carrying a boat or float beneath it for lIghting on the water vas a d development in the wrong direc lion In the first place such machines cannot bo made seaworthy Even now the aeroplane flies in winds that keep smaVdr waterborae craft shut up In pprt winds kicking up such a sea that alighting on it would be difficult if not Impdsslble Secondly tho aeroplane la steadily Increasing Its radius of action and if past growth Is any criterion will eventually bo able to traverse even tho Atlantic In a single flight The usjj of duplicate engines greatly minimize danger of forced alighting and the time should not be- arf distant when the accidents of the past duo to structural weakness under fhiFinally the use Of a mother ship t hat I8jt marine platform for launph lug and receiving again from thin air tilt aeroplane scouts of the fleet nt sea seems a more feasible moans of solving this problem than that of fast onina ari alighting boat to each plane The Way Jo Dp It First Ilusband Jonos how would you get rid of a wife oJonesToillook stylish oif her and then it she duevnt net li divorce shell dissolve tears JI ouL Usually v SThe Gadaons seem welliBuftedto e 1acht They are always on the so ThaVa It Home with thorn to nPZly a starting polnu r NTURL yr l ISheI think your brother has such Ia courtly bearing JHeNo wonder Hes been a law yer for nearly twenty years Old EnoMgh understand Miss Whatyoumajcall iIs fcolng to have a birthday party this evening the fat plumber observed Yep answered the thin carpenter Ive tieen Invited DI J she keep her last birthday Yes arid Ill tell you In confidence I dontbellevo she ever Intends to let go of It A Limit to Friendship Say Urlnson youll take SmIth ers home wont you You see hes in no condition to get there aloiJP live Just around the corner leTn him up against his door and ring the bell Not me Youll havjujtoliflnd somes body else SWhata the matter wlthiyou You know Smith rs jr Y9ub3tExpensive Cheese eco1cU1JschemesHow now Nt wanted a bit of cheese to bait a mouse trap with I thought Id sneak a bit In yonder Saloon Well The gang caught meat It and I had to open a bottle or champagne I Cause of tha Chill But Captain Hawl ysLid the jhandsome Jilss Plute coquettishly will you love me whenjj grow old and ug1iV oMy dear Itis5 Plute answered the captain hhzitbyou zany groW uglierAndshlp ceased so suddenly p Tfte HUman Differential It Is so aggravating that Jack und havo po ninny dfsagreementa Yes he doesnt seem to underrstand that you will have your ovrm way i I 7- c R a BROWN A GENT FOR entucky Craweri Insurance OP i ttoONGTON KY LIli F Insures Against Fire Lightning Win a Farm an and Growsra risks specialty IdIi KINDLY SOLICITS irbtm PATRONAGE Rates Reasonable Telephone 15 SPRINGFIELD KY DR JC MUDD PhysicIan and Surgeon t nuOffice1 t3 2p m- Over Haydona Drug Store a DR W F TRU- SrYDENTIST l lv Office over Haytlori Barber Pental wprkat reasonable prices All work guaranteed Dr P J HAMILTON SPBIKGFIELt KY ffice on Main Cross Street Phone 20 S 730 to 830 AOffice Hours 109 to 3QO P tw DR M W HYATT office over tSpringfleld State Dank OfflcS hours 1080 a m to 12tn4 to 5 p m W F GBIGBY j W p Cfflce 1BPRlfGFlELUj SPECJALTQWOME YI rem t economical cleansing and gemilcidal of all antiseptics Is i A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dJMolved in water as needed jI Asa medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh inflammation Or ulceration of nose throat and that caused by feminine ills it has no equal PinkhnmjMedicIne in their private correspondence with women which proves its superiority Women who have been cured say- it is worth its weight in gold druggists BOc large box or by mailj The Paxton Toilet Co Boston Mass Strawberry Plants radii AHD SHADE TKEES and our first offering of the ret t markable i Mannnonffi Pearl Potato ItItFree Catalogs No Agenjs H P Billeamejer Sons 1841 Lexington Ky19i5 r TITLES OF AFFECTION ALMOST ALL THE STATES HAVE POPULAR NICKNAMES 4 1 Many Sources of Suggestion but Few of the Appellations Are Malicious Geographical Features Have Given Rise to Some Nearly everyone of the states of the Union has a nickname suggestive ofita chief product physical character or t historic association and some of the states have a dual nickname of two 4or more nicknames which in most r casesappear to be equally popular and about evenly employed In current use California is called both Golden State and El Dorado Connecticut is the Nutmeg State the Freestone State and also the Land of Steady Habits Delaware iIs the Blue Hen State and also the Diamond State So and Georgia Is the Cracker State and also the Empire State of the South The sons of Illinois speak of itbotl as the Sucker State and the Prairie State Kansas answers to tire name of Sunflower State Central State isJIltf Louisiana is the Pelican State sad the Creole State famnr0 cr State the Bread and Butter Sfefe and the New England of the West Michigan Is the Wolverine 4 State and the Lake State Nebras 40 Is tho Silver State and the Sage Hen State and New York Js the Em pire State and the Excelsior State Uaman speaks of the Old North State or the Turpentine State 0 rthe Tarheel State he moons North Carolina Oregon Is the Beaver ofoStat and the Web Foot State South Dakota Is the Swin Cat State WashingtonIs repeatedITthe Mother of States and the Moth ero Presidents The general nickname of is the Old Line State and it jg sometimes called the Oyster State 9nd the Terrapin State Maino is I theIj Using geographical features as ricl names are Florida the Peninsula State Massachusetts the Bay State Mississippi the Bayou State v Tennessee the Big Bend State Vermont the Green Mountain State and West Virginia Tho Panhandle Animals give their namesto Arkansas the Bear State North Dakota the Fllckertall State and W sconqln the Dad er SUte I Ifrt W TOWN r r 1rou tfrsrtU II tjWziW Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest I AIIAbout Yourself Friends Iii IiBod i Acquaintances 1i vQtw l RBaled ray and Straw for sale IN P Shompson Phone 119 wi Seed potatoes and garden srcd at McClure Mayes S P Thompson rr 3 has for sale J1000 locust post R L Clt ments R R 2 has for sale Orchard Gt ass Sued lC L Grundy Springdeld r 1 has or sule locust posis FORSALETLir ee iinctiicle coops at half price Appy t u Mrs R E C Ljwson QFou RENT House ana 5 j cr s of corn and tobacco land THOS DUNCAN For Sale1 good work and brood mareVHarrv Derringer Valley Hill Jq2 Wueatly Sprinicfield ri 5 box 12 Ins for tale a Short hornmale calf If you want tfra best seed po Uatoes OIlIjForeach SateS C R I0pckerefsi Mrs J I Martin R dd SprjiignMd rr fMay sale Barred Plymouth eggs 75c per setting of 1C EgesIPhoneII19X onICampbell B ft dements Sprngtield R R 2 has for sale Biltd Hay andI Straw Mrs S F Ha mi ton Springfield r r 2 has for sale Rhode Island Redcggslper setting Foil SALE Three thorough bred Hereford Bull Calves ready for service also two heifers SP Thompson Make it a point the next time you come to tovn to look after you subscription to the NewV Leader Mr W H Oraig of Lousvtllei the well kuowu Piano Tuner will be in Sprint id end of week anyone having reed of his service can notify Mrs Evan Rees or Mrs GO VVhaton Methodist Church You are invited to nit jd th3 Methodist churcH next Sunday morning and night Rev Oro te the pastor will discuss interest ing subjects s Dwelling Burns On last Monday ov rnnz ih dwelling on the farm of Mr Ralph Hickerson fn tire soUth- ern part of the county wa buru el fO the ground t jotlier wi h pll the btlorgniis of Mr Jlm Sweeney who was livmg in the house at the limt Services unday On next Sundny morning re- inular services will he held at th Presbyterian church by Roy H I0 Liiwsou pistor At 3 p IE will he held an organ i crtal and cantata A new orfjau his been installed andwilt be lued for the first time on th occission Mr George LaLimiI of Lebinon who is n tnusici n will preside ac the ur- gan and will be assistei by tn local choir in vocal soos a ld chorus New Poultry and Egg Firm In another coiuiiimof this is u10 is to be found U e announceuif nt1 Of the New Poultry Egg Cn cern recently stnrtid in Hpri it 1field The new firm is c ntpispd Dd Ptteis who have opened tem oran liPiidqnar era in theg lUry of Mf Cox untilirepairs can he nwl on their buiklioi nea the ItPus Offc v Tbty have pu chased a new Autr mohfUi Truck in which they will tall on he mirchHnis of our county fI y are m poition to pay the hili Hst cast market price and we biapeak for il em the eart cc opnraton rourcoun y mer cbait TOPICS iI mct wi tJModel Sanitary OfficeIl Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard One Million Wanted jIThe Superintendents of va nil ious Sunday Schoois of Springf- ieldij ave gone to work with 1a vm to do tbeir part in getting out this million desired onoto Sunday School Day ApriJ 25 Every Superintendent in the county shjuld get busy at once see the fellow wuo is not in the habit of rtttending In 1913 the avenge attendance in our State attend1auceday School Sundty and 50000 of the se new members stuck iVis year there Should be no trouble to get the million out if I each school in Washington I partI 13 P Akiiion a former pas 1tel cf the Methodist church in 3S prinirtield who has traveled extensively in Europe Egypt and Paliftine will deliver a series it lectures on his travels giving his experience and observations in these lands ranging from the ridiculous to the subline and in eluding the causes of ihe Euro penn War and the danger of war in America In Springfield at 730 p UL Ibree successive evenings as follows Methbdnt churcti Monday April 12 Christian church Tuesday April 13 and Baptist churJ Wednesday April Each Lecture will be distinct fn m the other It will Iv well worth while to hear them al Everybody welcome No ad m ssion cnarged A free will offp ing will be taken every evening In The Courts I The Washington Cn y Fiscal court i loidiim iits regular April QeaJ1lmhofpelsonss Jftin d ffereitt Action of the cuunty were before the court iiv intcrcsi of Bridges thoe repre jseireJ by the bridge oier Chap jimat Suppington ford near Chaplin and the Pinkston Ford near CJaiilwil bnd the Hjydon ford on the litile be ch Each party ciine with ago M subscrip tion list of private ubcrij tii twrd building the respective bridges The ccurt entered an order direct tig ihe County Rad Engin er to notify the State Join miss one of roads HS re 1quired by Jaw th I it was cel- emp atE d to build the bridges and aIc that he funiiab specifi cat ioi drawings and esiimtcs of cut The Hoar of Eduea ion tl tin Court presented ejr esiimitK othe Edpcationa n uds of the ciunty 101the Uuurt hCting fort the ex pen e and desited imiovetitititandake Ia levy of tiiCiins on mcli t100 wot of property and 00 Poll tax A levy of If cents and Poll siv of 00wasvoud neGeo Powell Seriously Hurt iOn rtftPrnounswhile engage i in haubnti saw sustainIted injuries which it jtajway trnfm t Faa lv Pcithanumber of hand were 10 hnjr P Ir IiI h measured 4 foiiz di meter doivn a grade and etkeep ib flomlrolling f s er Ito desired A small knot c igh ill Mr Powells gauntlet gloe and he was puMfdllOer with he eoviii log Mark i Puwell wo was in tho crowd iittem ied to ave him and a pulled over with him Mr Get1 pPoell was caught under the leg and it p sed over is body Mark Povell Was raved by the ffuCLlht the log top d r ning belure it reached hint Mr Powelll susiiiit d veiyjiangeroiS iu rest ihjuris and many broken boes biiice the accident conciouaoeis has returned and lefrhim sevfril times butas we go to pros he is still Iviig aid t nine ope is i tu rtdined for his recjvory d Trustees and Teachers yTire Boa dof Eiucaion calls yoorattention to thefaqt again tha1 Miss Lida E Gardter will be with us Tudsday for an a day meeting Every teacher iii the Cuqntv ii xpectedio attend his meeting too as we consider vou should be interested in tin o gnizition OL the trustees YU as the subdistrict teache will Le expected t be familiar withhis work acyou sian all viitvticn blanks sent to Board of fiduca iiO Da not forget the date April 13 1915 It is your duty as teacher in the county to be here Ref pt Ella D Shaunty 06 Supt of Sctoo1- sCampbellMartin Mrs John W Camp IRevalld Pines Boon County Ky announce he engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Flossie to Mr Erkine Arbor Martin of Har rodsburg Ky The wedding is to be a church event of early June Appointed Postmaster Mr Richard Isluin has been appointed Postmaster at Mack ville Mr Isbam is one of the most popular merchants of that firivinir little city and his ap pointment to thai office was quite a pt puUr one Breaks Ankle toIlast week at his home nar town In attempting to get down from the rock wall in front of his residence he steppetl on a small rock which turned with him breaking several bones in his right ankle He is able to get around on crutches PERSONAL Mrs Margaret Norman has returned home after an extended visit to relatives at Ft Wayne End and Louisvilc Miss Jennie Leachman llift TuesDay fur a visit Je friends at Indianapolis Iud Mr A 11 Duncan returned home Satv rday from Cincinnati Dr W V Stallard spent sev oral days in Louisville this week Miss Effie Jones visited her par iits ID L nanun this w elrI Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby and Mrs F B Noe were in B u dstownrJuesdHY A Russell LebanonMrS WitS here Tuesday on business Mr anti Mrs Frank Riney re tnrned to tIer home in Louis viilo Sundny Dr T Rarntte was in Louisville last Thu sdjy Miss Katie Cain spent several days n Louisville last wjek Mrs Lewis Kojrers spent RY eral days in Louisville ths we Proess r S Robirts spent Toesday in Louisyil e vCapt W 0 Reed who lire hem visiting friends and rein ives Lit le left Saturdiiv to join his regimnt at Fets City TlXllS Mr A R Shutx Jr from Hitrrpdburg SPell Ester wIth 11h parents here Mr Conral Henlein of NHV Albany Iud is hee this week j Public Renting As Trrstee of J heath a in Bunkrnpt the undersigned wi On Saturday April 10 1915 AT 130 OCLOOF PM On the prem si rent 10 the liigl lest and bes butler for tie year ming December 30 1915 the rill ril Uf th BanKrupt J K Chealhtra oxclusivo of the Home naining 170 Acres wore Isead Pu t of this land is in tas aid lilt ti will he a sut ticent quality of said land alow ed forcultivaion cf corn oats and tobacco to ba announced end ty of sale Renter will ba rt quired to give bond with good person il security oearing inter eht from date of retting JOsEPH POLIN TRUSTEE Of J K Cheatbam BtnkruptR1 I For Infants and Children IThe Kind You HaY8AlwflIugbt Bears the 7Bignatwe of I r Notice In the milter of application for closing of County road No rroma ppintnear Glenns Creek burch to John Roberts barn To the honorable S Yankey Judge of the Washington Counts Court The positioner T H Noel ttates that he isa resident ant it zei of Washington County tienqu ky and latd owuer Pee titione pecttvey asks this honorable court to cuso to be closed a portion of tIe public road Notlie said road 8aMs at a point near Glenns Creek Church and terminatfs at Battle the portion asked to be ciost d b fins at a point near Gli Creek Church and terminates at John Robers barn aout one mile in length Petitioner says that said road runs through the lands of this petitioner and that his reasons for asking same to be closed are travelIedhands alloted by the county 10I work same have not woiked same for years and that it is a great inconvfnience to land own etsVWherefore petitioner asks this honorable court to appoint corn missioners as provided by law and to adjudge the said rad to be closed and for all proper rc lief Steam Canner Am making up my Spring 01 dcI for the Ideal Steam canner for delivery in May In represenoiig this cooker and canner to the public I am notputting before you an article that I have not tried I naye a number 25 which will hold 24 one qv jars in canning fruit and v getabes and have used iip five y ars 1 know its Value percon allVi and would not be without it onie may think because it cjats 830 that it is only for the well todo but as a poor minc wife is his greatest helper and with the cooking house wok sewing and oftn washing and i oiling she vond v a helper a It uv tMiHU bY pit venting the waste cf fOod caused by burning hojiiptr over evap oration and cuieily by reducing fuel bills more than half bv placing it on one burner of jour stove During canning season jt is most useful doing away with standing rver the hot stove Prices from S2 CO up but No 20 at SG50 No 25 at 8 50 are the most praeticil for both uses Dr m iirstatipna at honii Saturday af ernoon Mrs Robert Marks Commissioners Sale John Ellery etc Pill vs Equity Don Clements etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and Qrder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 inthe above styled cause I phall proccec to oiler for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 26 1015 ut oclock pP1or thereabout being County Court day to the highest bid tier at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following scribed property towit 1 inWashingtonSoutheast of Springfield and in the village known as Jimtown This prop erty contains oneacrf of land on which is located a small house For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approvedsecurity or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale and hiving the force and efTett ofa judg mInt Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W tiC At the same time and placer P F Hpnnessy Executor of Sallie Ccinents adjoiningthetaming 50150 feet This tract of land will be sold on a credit of six mootns IOnb of Wisest Russian Rulers hundred years ago tho Emperor Alexander I of Russia returned to St manyIken an active part in the war against Napoleon Alexander wasone of the wisest and most magnanimous rulers of his time It was to a great extent his firmness and wisdom that led to the overthrow of Napoleon and after that event his magnanimity preserved the city of Paris from tho fury of the Russian soldiers liberated 150000 French prisoners of war confined in Russia and sought to obtain for his fallen foe the moat liberal terms com patible with what he deemed the safety of Europe One of the first acts of tho emperor after his return to Russia was to grant an absolute pardon to all his subjects who had taken part against him in the late war Showing Good Work Patlenoerl see in Tasmania den tists are forbidden by law from any form of dverUslngVPatrlcerBut can the authorities make their patients shut their mouths t Lingering Gweetne Patience Some one has discovered that the l exican word for kiss tetennamiqulztll 1PatriceThati what might bi called lingering sweetness long drawn oat i ijjV1tT r 1 i j 4 t 1- i TaE EW FIRM f A R1 ShUltz S Go fi i 5vOFFICEtV 1 A R Shultz has satisfied the people off Washington and adjoinin 1counties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU We will be gladtd figure with you on large or small contracts In the Heating Plumbing or 4 Tinning line Agents for Buckeye PumpSt I GIVE US A CALL ii f4 o 44 Commissioners Sale AssigneeIMrs GD Robertson etc Plff EquityGBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washingtcn Cifcuit Court rendered at the February term 1915 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Cou t House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 26 1915 thereaboutbeingCounty best bidder at public auction npon a credit of 6 and 12 month r the following described property towitITwo tracts of land situated on the waters of Little Beech fork about one mile North of Springfield and Perry ville Turnpike and about 3 miles West of Texas These two tracts adjoin and are known as the Heal tract contain ing 3585 acresand the Claybrooke tract containing 18 15 acres This property is sold to satisfy judg ments as follows Mrs G D Robertson 1st len note and int to April 26 1915 2H897 W T S llee 2d lien note and inteit t to April I9ir 13190 Cost estimated 700 Total 225887 For tl pnrchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect ota Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F HOSLEYI 11 C W C CI Commissioners Sale Peoples Deposit Bank Assignee Pi EquittJBy virtue of a Judgment and ord of sale of the Washington Circu Court rendered at the February tern 1915 iu the above styled cause Ish proceed to offer for sale at th Cou House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 26 1915 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout ing county court day to the highe and best bidder at public auction upt a credit of 6 and It months the fo lowing described property toWit o sufficient thereof to produce the sunu of money so ordered to be mat e A certain tract of land situated ir Washington County Ky about 2 mile North of Texas adjoining the lands John Barnes Jno S Cocanou her Tom Swann and Walter Gamble anti containing 70 acres mote or less This property is sold to satisfyjUdg ment as follows Peoples Deposit Bank lien noto and interest to April 26 1915 67987 For the purchase price the purchase or purchOsers with approved securit j or sureties must execute bond bear ing legal interest from date of sale til paid and having the force am effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly wit these terms C F BOSLEY MJC W C C Commissioners Saje TH K Curtsmgec Assignee etc Plfl vs t Equity J E DerrinRerretc IitBy virtue of a Judgment and ordei of sale of the Washincton Circuit Court rendered at the February term in the above style cause I snail proceed to offer for sale at the Court Uoufedoor in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL i6 19ir at oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidden at public auction upon a credit of 6 deIscrlbldordered to be made Two certain tracts of land lying in Washington county Ky near Booker Station and containing 0J acres This land will be off red separately and a whole ahd sold in the way producing H most K moneyIint to April 26 1915 S22785 Grandy Mclntires second lien and int to Apr 26 1915 3291 First National Bank second Jien and Int to Apr 26 1915 43887 Costs estimated 7500 For the purchase price The purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the farce andeffect of a Judgment Bidders wll beprej paredto comply promptly with these terms C F BOSKEY C WJf rGents IH you want a Tce Tailored suiMpr spring and summer romp and geCmj price I have Oavi r 400 woolens to select front we also have alotofTrJUserw ole s 1111101iMain Sn et bpriipfield 1y lOUUUONEYANTAk Cure CoIdM travenis PneumonIa lf O lYourBUqgyi FromYour Home Dealer Come hereand and JetforOleKentuckyhave to take the wordof some tlerfcUow a thousand mile faway You haye the buggy right before you Come and Kentudcythoroughbred Yois58I Want the Ames Cccic and see for yourself how it is put up lo ride the Sasiest run thelightest arid last the longest ofany bug- gyACklMBALL c I i r Springfield Ky t i r a jff J T c7c 9Those of Middle Age Especially r When you havefoundnoremedyfor the horrors that longhoursi when your head aches constantly you are nervous de pressed andsufferfrom those dreadful bearing down pains dont forget that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Gpo nd is the safest and surest remedy and has carried hundreds t of women safely through this critical period Readwhat these three women say t From Mrs Hrn ng Buffalo N Y r yourmedicineand summer and every one remarked about my app I buf fered from a female trouble and always had pains in my back no appetite and at times was very weakVI was visiting at a friends house one day and she thought Ineeded Lydia R Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I took Jt a d have ledeight pounds have a good appetite and aJnfeeling better every day LydiaEPinkhams twish and I hope others who have the same complaint will seeit a id get health from your medicine as I didMrs A Hofciroira 01 Stanton St Buffalo ttY StrongMACEDON in flesh ner 1 vous no appetite could not sleep and was weak and felt badly all JJio time The doctors said I had poor blood and what Ihadas heJpmeabutstrong and I am recommending it to my frzendnMrsVCnicEjOl Ko Macedon NY The Change of Life I3ELTSVILLE Mni3y the use of Lydia E PinkhnmsVegetablo Compound I have successfully pcssed through a most trying time the Change of Life I suffered with a wetkessand bail to stay In bed three days at ta time Lydia EPinkhahis Vegetable CompoundI Jrestored me to perfect health and I am raising it for the benefit of othpr women who suffer as I aid 2Mrs WS DuvurRoute No IBeltsville Hd For 80 years Lydia 12 PlnKnanra vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedyfor fe ailmentsldoesmous medicine made from roots and herbs ithas restored so many suffering women tohealth COPour letter will ho opened wad and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence r= 1 The Fact Remains fit No amount misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders no juf gling with chemicals or pretendedantlpts or cookedup certificates or falsehoods pf any kind can change the fact that S Royal Baking POWkiddhas fceen foudyIt f clal cxamiiMiHoBS to be f lMthighest leavening efUciciMr free from alum anil ot alM lle ffparit and who1esosM jft Royall1illldPt Powder is ndf4L J r for making fin tnd most conomIr Jfrw bIVPIVLV VVtV J- VJ t HER III1DnI1tt1w 1F tIiFwpny When Con 1 frdWithFCt t Not Gossip4 LAWRENCE ALFRED CL1YJ kCcpghwpal JiJyallca V t it was apiece of good luck for ijtobfe Bewwtt t ff fT1a you city of HiHsdale was go 4 jlnK to bring its water supply a die tsnoLthreemI1eS and constructa tres to1r aid It was 11s Jim Job as a ty1Ingineerj- L ItwM a matter that Interested the whote town the taxpayers because 4thehad to pay the bills the f male ipopWatton because the coming of t tyouJMf Bennett almost at once gave I iriseTio strange reports Gossip had it that ho was a very trtcl hnan that he was born dumb and that later on he had been deaf ieneAby an explosion df dynamite 1IJotlso that the girl he was to marry fWent back on him when that dyna mite Went oft She said that a hus bane who couldnt hear her say she loved hint was no husband for her t And the tory went on to the effect that owing to his mlgfortunes he had soured on the whole world and intend jIfdped t5 commit suicide the day the reser rolr was completed There were a few other things that could be brought I tip tordlcus loD when the above had been threshed out and taken altogether Mr Bennett was Valuable as- lCet to the town pf Hillsdale t And not one single female wife widow old maid or maiden made one single effort to find out the truth or falsity of ihese reports Of course not A woman can weave a romance around even a reservoir and this crowd continued to weave There wort 60 men who could have knocked that romance into a cocked hat buf they were not appealed to Mr Bennett had his office near the river that W1ltobe tapped and bordedwU a farmer and thus gave the society of the town no opportune ttftoget acquainted with him Bo had top much to think of and to do tocara abbut society matters The first Inkling he had an to the gosjslp abOut Tilm was In a street car Itwas- goSilp between two young ladlea j5d had his notebook Out and was making fIgures and puzzling over Inlets out Jets valves and siphons when the vile of oneof the girls reached his earX No answered the 9ther but they say heff quite good looking And both deaf and dumbrI I JJTeB Isnt it too bad lit Trthn1yta- dir j wish some one that knew him would introduce usIbutIwouldJ hadnt ought to say but I c1LDtheJ ibut secuthe humorous sideI to it Suppose he was Iglrland each had to have pencil jand a pit Instead of talking he writes r and she writesSA proposal in writing would look ratBerftiMy IrwouldtthatP Mr Be itt stole a furtive look at both but was most impressed by the list speaker He had carrledan Ideal for two or three years and here it was They were talking about hlm but was be the man He Wasnt deaf and dumj and he didnt boast ot his good looks He felt sure that the 4talk couldtft be about him but was uneasy about 1Twq hours later a resident of the town came into his- office to make some inquiries Do you know that yon are at real blesliig to the gossip of Hillsdale In what respect 1 They have it that you are deaf and dumb But IfatalMng all day to a bun diedmenr SUre jOp are- Analnr hearing you very plainly now How could they start such a y lii Ohrvery town must have its ro r mance Ka our keeping to yourself p ibV much that gives color to the stories You lhoulnt let it bother you In making a short cut to town from L t the site of the reservoir one had to f jSss thB tesldence of Judge Brewster and erie day as he made the trip the i young engineer had seen a young lady cqscoriced among the plants and r vibes of the veranda He had not stared jif herr but he bad caught theI face well enough to wonder if heI hadnt met it on a street cap It would be the one that said silo saw- humor in the situation So did Mr Bennett after thinking things 0ver At two oclock one afternooii Miss Grade BrewBter sat on the yerqnda feidlhg a book She a8sQ Inter ested that the first thing she knewx t1s fltrahgerrpresence was his step- Off the fra eL lie had pencil and pad in hla Band and after lifting hat the pa4waWtlUen he banded them up to her hisii 5Indeaf4ud dumb la this place foTsaiel Tho girt received thA pad and l roU InYthfngci 4 Ho ribni since the last earthquake here Why we never had one here wrote tho girl as she lurn d away her headjto sm1leIram omewhat of a naturalist and i may I be so bold as to ask If Wu ever faw any nlnblesged graeknopperfi aroundbeer + Jj This time the girl smiled before she could turn her head and What situ wrote was i Ba e aevec counted the number oflega a raI10PP rhalI 1 SorrylHrery sorry thC pencIl m debinr yHA ninelegged grasshopper fs worth5OUO to any museum J maybavJ No s1F was the reply 8orryvery sorry lnt Peter of x ServJa fiaj the CnJy one ever seen thusfarindhe values It afJSOOOO t The pildwasJiandei backlthis time irio t any message aoaa Oracle VWIuitti to be oblTjjlng to an UItfortu Mtstra ferr Sul she had airtight JUf tetHt mlHeleggea igrasshop per ap ori bclOngod tothe 4 WJPSLIne therefore Burned IMtoreiiKHaM U1ttanterraJed ftta jH d tateMrtiur thegirl bit Imtewtt la hwfJ almdst atcs r Jr 1we liouId haTe sanded me hU eadof course be sliiild was iMIe1c1atiaeil after A little pondering a site ran away to the ltchcn to dr h cook 4 ed Msinaxy ma ytnjtw tear or ninelegged grasshopper Go away chiI was the reply But did yout J It No nor anybody else What would a hopper bd doln wid five extra legs He alnt no fuler he amLr iIrBut did you ever hear of a red robin rBefo de Lawd no no mo dan I eber heard of a gen goose sum body has been maWn a joke on you Why should he nvhy should he- mtised1MIa Grade faa shejreturned to the vcrandaJIt wasP one of the aldermen of the town who said to his wife and daughter a month later fI have got to know Mr Bennett of the reservoir Works well enough to pronounce him a fine young man Ie Isnt very busy Just now and I think it would be very nice to hayo a few at dinner and let him get cIqualnted Why father answered the daugh tcr they say you cant get him society inI Hrf has surely been a very busy tuna up tto now But his misfortunes What misfortunes Why he is deaf and dumb j Sos your granny I wish I could hearsand talk as well as he does Where on earth did you get hold ot such a yarn lag that The girls have been talking about It ifor weeks The geese You and mother ar awny1ImAir Bennett It Was to be a dinner for twelve and the name of Miss Grade led She was told that she was likely to meet a stranger to Hillsdale and no more By this time Mr Bennett had dlscovI ered that Judge Brewster owned theI fine residence which he had passed a score of times that jhe judge had a goodlooking daughter to whom it was more than lIkely he had played the dummy Had the alderman hinted that she would be at the din ner the young man would have invented a dozen excuses to decline theI invitation The aldermans daughter hadnt quite let go of the Idea that Mr Bennett was deaf and dumb but she had to when he arrived and began to talk His hearing was remarkably keen and he had a very pleasant voice Then Miss Gracie stood before him and the aldermans daughter made the introductionThen was a loolc of puzzle ment another qf recognltlon and Miss Oracle sweetly queried Have you pad and pencil with youSSorry to say I havent was the answer Yea should always carry them I wanted to ask you if It hurt very much when you recovered your voice and hearing INot soso very much you begin to look for a nine onceI rood fortune to capture a red robin No but Im attn hopeful Mr Bennett began the girl as she drew herself up with great dig nity IObbut on the street car with n young lady one day a few weeks hgo you said you were Inclined to take n humorous view of my misfortune For a minute she clung to her dig nity and then she smiled and satd We will both take that view of it The Hillsdale reservoir was fin ished long since but it was oiJy a few months ago that Miss Brewster bcpamo Mrs BennettjWhat Vinegar Will Do Vinegar works like magic in clean ing dirt and smoke from walls and woodwork Put some in a basin wet a flannel cloth in it and wipe tho article that needs cleaning When the cloth becomes soiled wash it out in clear water before putting It In tho vinegar again It will remove specks from woodwork picture frames windows and so forth It will soften an old paintbrush on which paint has been allowed to dry Heat some yin egar to the boiling point end allow tho brush to simmer in It for a few mtu utes Remove and wash well in strong soapsuds and the brush will be like new If tile hands become chapped or roughened after having them in water for a long time rinse them well and apply a little vinegar letting it dry onSStar It Children ravoriteI Edna Maison of the Universal company who Is such a favorite with children has two big dolls and a Teddy bear hanging in her room They are now entirely new and Edna Is a big girl for dolls now but they were all presented to herby small girls who were happy In the giving The little girl who presented the Teddy bear drops in occasionally and says May I borrow your Teddy bear to play with to Uncle Sam iIndebted who was staying von saId to his lund lord one morning Who is this Shake speare of whom one hears so much In this town Was he a very great man- Lot sir was the reply he want thought nothing on a few years ago Its the Americans as has made 1m what e is TOO MILD FOR HIM IBangJones doesnt seem to take the game at all- WangWell you see helms Just re turned from the Congo andl presume even football seems a bit tame after that t Atked and Answered What Is love asked Ihe fair but Innocent maid from Marion Love replied the knowing young widow from Washington is something that induces a bachelor to ex change gcod quarters for a bettor k1L I ONLY TRANSMITTED BY MILK- Man Cannot Get pootandMouth feaie by Eating Meat Declares a Doctor That the footandmputh disease can not be transmitted to human beings by eating the flesh of diseased animals but can be contracted by drink ing unboiled milk or butter made from the milk of an Infected c6iv IB the statement made by Dr E J Danek of Chicago who has studied the diseaseW IT e symptoms in mnnt he says are as follows There Is fever this is usually low but may reach as high as 104 It may be accompanied with a chill loss of appetite pain in mus des back and head Tjlth a crampliko pain in the abdomen Nausea and rlmarytseatdisease when uncomplicated iis mild Its average duration is two weeps from the onset Severe cases may last six to eight weeks This disease is transmissible to man through unboiled milk or butter and cheese and also directly from the saliva or contents of tIre vesicles of infected animals gaining entrance through abrasions of the skin It Is especially frequent In children and in those whose work brings them in con tact wlthdlseased cows It appears that this disease cannot be transmitted t by eating the flesh of Infected animals WHY DR JAMESON LAUGHED IndlvldIualplaint to Him Sir Leander Starr Jamesou still better known to thousands as Doctor Jim has been predicting a great change for tho better In South Africa as a result the stirring events that have been lalUng place there A good story is being told about the days when Doctor Jim was adminis trator of Rhodesia One of the officials under him was a very pompous indl Idual who rejoiced In a hghsoundiig doublebarreled name He was very much upset because his colleagues persistIMuggins At last he could stand It no longer and went straight to his chief before whom lie lOndon long and indignant complaint I think you will find said Doc tor Jim that you only get called this name when you are Inclined ut on side toI Put on side spluttered the er now thoroughly angry I sin cerely hope sir that you do not give countenance to people calling me by this unseemly name Well to tell you the truth my dear boy replied Doctor Jim laughing genially I am afraid that- I invented if myself TimesiOh Ye Good Old That the big New York hotels are not homelike or comfortablq is the plaint of d western Pennsylvania man vho makes frequent trips to New York I suppose this is New Yorks Idea of what a regular hotel ought toI be like said the visitor as he looked disdainfully about the gold and gilt trimmings of the music room at the WaldorfAstoria But let me tell you there are a lot of things missing right here Where are the big comfortable chairs a fellow can sit In while he rests his feet on the brass rail and looks through a big plate glass win dow at the crowd passing ou the street Maybe you think your regular hotel dweller doesnt mien that theseIto be Suppose you think they make a fellow who is a thousand miles from home feel so comfortable and home like as the old round iron stoves that used to decorate every hotel lobby No siree Give me the oldfashioned hotels every tlmeNew York Times Historic Old London Tavern St Johns gate tavern Ldndun has been closed us u nubile tavern and taken over by St John Ambulance sod ety which has its heaquartens at the gate Itself The tavern may almost be said to have come into its own again as in olden days it formed the gate of the Priory of St John of Jeru salem the nave aisles and bell tower of which were pulled down to supply material for tho erection of the palaco of the Protector Somerset After Its conversion Into au lilll it was partially destroyed by Vat Tyler after his march from Dartford to London and the priory was also sacked by Henry VIII It was in this tavern that Doc tor Johnson wrote many of his essays The Joker Apropos of the German spy scare in France and England Lapsley VIUcn at a luncheon at Nice ou the Fnnch Hlviera told an anecdote- It was at the time said Mr son when concrete beds for guns were being found according at least to rumor all over the allies territory At this troublesome tlmo an American in Paris went upto a policeman and said mysteriously Pst Are you looking for German spies Mais out said the policeman tak- Ing from under bill cape his nbie book and pencil Then said the American ro to the Hotel de Blanc and arroit the proprietor Hes put in at least two concrete beds there I kpow because my wife and I slept in em last night Washington Star HAD SUPPLY OF NEUTRALITY One Thing at Least on Which the Illus trious Ruler of Persia Might Depend 1The illustrious controller of the des tinies of Persia summoned his prime adviser Haflz he said what Is this I hear concerning the war Is there any thingj bowed low Illustrious he replied there Is natureI destinies was silent for a moment Haflz he presently said what about our navy We have no navy ourIdoing Illustrious INothing do illustrious you advise We have some of that bav wev All we need v Good said the controller and head dropped back ou the nearest hIsJ sinn cushion Pittsburgh Chronicler i = THE FOUNTAIN AT THE PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS I tHAT SYMBOLIZES THE BUILDING OF THE PANAMA CANAL to P The labor that went into the building of the Panama canal is syinbolued in the Fountain of Energy by A Stirling Calder this heroic sculpture stands In the center lagoon of the three lagoons of trie South Gardens and faces the main entrance gates TIle waters were first released on opening day February 20 ct Incidently with the opening of the portals of the exhibit palaces and by the same means the eUctric spark transmitted across the con tinent when President Wcodrow Wilson opened the great exposition at San Francisco by wireless THE MIGHTY COURT OF THE UNIVERSE THE HUB OF THE ARCHITECTURAL SCHEME AT THE PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION All visitors to the PanamaPacific Intt rnational tiaji at San Franrlsoo at some time during their stay at the exposition make their pilgrimage through the or of the ITni verse Title is the largest court on the grounds and Is the central radiating unit of the architectural ani ground plans Noble sculptured groups embellish it the two Homeric groupsthe Nations of tho East and tho Nmions of the West surmounting the giant arches at tho east and west portals By night the beauty of the court enhanced by the flood lighting effects GENERALLY A POOR EXCUSE Person Who Says Havent Time Most Frequently Means Havent Managed Well Lack of time wisely declares Anne Rlttenhouse is usually lack of organ izjitlon which is borne out by the tact that the busiest men and women who hava accomplished much In their lives are trose to whom we turn when we wojit something quickly done and a e are not kept waiting That is an ex perience so common to all if us that it does not need enlarging Wo often jask ourselves why this Is so and it vIe would only search deep enough wo would find the answer in the pow er of organization and elimination pocsesesd by those persons- A woman will tell you with an exj traVagant loss of nervous vitality how much she has done how it keeps her from getting tier costume finished or an important book read or notes written or friends attended to or the newspapers glanced over acd wIIlb silo is tflling you JllwlIttIe time she has b cauie she is so rushed she Is using up valuable moments in a hPh much could be accomplhhcd also tir ing her thinking and yocal faculties and rasping her nerves If she would gfve over the half hours a day that she xpends In say Ing how murh she has to do in net ually dong the things she hasnt the time to do she would be astonished ad Vi ltI tj r biMtutnts und trer iron njervoua excitement than she has over been Talking alt it but of oiie and a constant repetition of how much one has to do and how difficult It is to find time for the right things orthe artistic finish of any occupation only in creases the bujden of those things and worse still accentuates them to such a degree that they grow oulof all proportiou to their value A strong application pf Christian Science right here in its doctrine that brain pictures become actualities if one indulges in them and that wo create trouble for ourselves by talk- Ing of it all toe time would save nervous strain In a remarkable way and make the wheels of life rim far more smoothly Their Kind You con always trust a piano man ufacturer Why Because his products are both souare and upright Easily Penetrated Freddie was in no danger In that Joko shooting The jokers Used only wax bullets But suppose one had struck Freddie in the head Stingy Is old Doxey as stingy as they say be Is Yes He wont even buy a calen dar for fear be may not live tao year out tor use It up Is That All How long did It take you to learn to run a motor car flOh three or four Three or four woika v No motor cars j IIGreat Discovery That Doctors in New York city witnin thE lust few weeks have found the use of ether extremely beneficial in restoring memories of patients suffering from amnesia It is hardly probable that tho physicians themselves real lao tile wonderful possibilities of tho field which they have openeO up Since the nnesihojlc can work such a miracle In restoring ihemorifs it is natural to RUPIOIH in the near future the method Hill booms a practice Wives married to stayout Hllnlght husbands should order a hot Me immediately Then wltn h 0 comes wandering home in the weo hours of the morning they can meet theta in the hail as usual Where were you they ask In soft tons ing a firm hold onthe poker with ono hand and a hidden bottle of other with the other After be has laJwriously described the any of the sick fricut he was sittin up with they may lap the bottle uidtr his axe and his memory will yt turn No moro will you be reluctant to ad to our acquaintances Time makes no dif ference Fifteen years later whfia you discover the side street the bor rower had been taking to avoid you ydu can just shove that handy Ilttlo ether phial under lila nostrils Yes hell simply have to remember thoj circumstances and rotund the loan with interest No doubt abou It other is a great dUcoverv Settle Dispute of Dirtiest City The longstanding argument wheth er Chicago Pittsburgh or St Louis It the dirtiest American city is about to be settled Soot gauges are in op ration which register the settlings from tho air They have been in use eoveral years in English towns and havo shown some startling figures In tho East end of London the annual fall of soot and dirt amounts to 650 tons per square mile Glasgow tan up a total of 1330 tons versquanir mile while the manufn Coatbridgo leads all the rest with an accumulation of 1939 tons per squar mile every year Gems That Brought Misery The history of diamonds and tu i many Other treclous stones ruby tur quolso emerald opal topaz sapphire chrysolite sardonyx amethyst nearly all of which are jiieutloned In the Scriptures goes far back of historic times and is lost In u maze of religion superstition and legend It has been intermingled with intrigue politics and diplomacy murders galore scan dais unnumbered Imprisonments ant beheadings The story of the Din mond Necklace which possible inno cently on her part smirched tho fame of Marie Antoinette was one of tho factors in agitation that led to the reat French revolution The Bastllo opened to several of the actors in tho scandal one of them Cardinal de Ro han who was arrested in his robes In midst of his court Cagliostro the famous magician swindler was anoth 1er of the Bastllo prisoners and Coun tess LamotteValois of royal linjeege who was the chief conspirator for pe cuniary gain escaped from the prison j to Lvnrtoi where are died in penury 4 ISclence MuseumISeveral groups of objects of special interest as illustrating appliances used in war by sea land and air have been brought together in two rooms in the Science museum South Kensington London Perhaps the meat striking of these are series Iof models of types of British warships and of British and foreign aircrafts lIlong ttio former are models of ser eral wellknown ships including u 1l1ILd1 of his majn tys ship Good Hope and one of the dreaduaught battleship his majestys ship Monarch the latter recently added to the collection on loan Submarines are represented bvI drawings and photographs WJth ser ra of tho models in the aeroplane see tion there are full lze engines and parts The enemys aircraft are represented by a c neral model of the FtumplerTaube monoplane which was 1the chief German army machine at thp beginning of the war and a dia gram drawing of a Zeppelin Jam and BuRy Beef for British The amount of jam that the British soldier is eating ou this campaign attratted iho notice of all the hasI newspaper correspondents American Belgian and French who have seen for the first limo the British soldier in war The supply of this particular delicacy seems to have been unllmit ed With jamI bully beef bIsect j Innll tea the British soldier seems able to go anywhere and dq anythIng Noj doubt jam is excellent food and u certalu extent fancy that it toI places fresh vegetables The first campaign in which jam played a uo ticeablu part was the second Boer war s In Peninsular and Crimean days freshly killed beef and biscuits wero usual rations of the troops but thai whcelsliIsh soldiers lot Exchange FinallY Paid for Cows Fooa Cows are like humans they cant- eat free So tho district court in fainden decreed the other day anti awarded a verdict of 600 to threo farmers Thomas McMlchael of Strat ford N J owns several tCowe whose tastes run distinctly to fresh young preen things which arc worth nionay iio the cows ate the growing crops of the three farmers Tho farmTB protested but the cows continued to eat dally Finally thc7 say when they threatened to bring suit against Me Michael he told them to present a bill when the last vegetable had dlsap peared within the cows The Verdict of was reduced to 500 after Judge French had refused to grant a stew trial of tho caso- IShlrpenrng the Ctttn IDtd you ever think of filing the disks of 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